A brick wall adds some nice texture to this restroom at Winnipeg’s lively King’s Head Pub
I’d heard that Toad In The Hole was the must-see British / whisky bar in town and had some pretty filthy (but potentially interesting!) toilets so I couldn’t help but head to the Southside of the river for a beer.
It’s not often you see a corner trough like this. Troughs in general are few & far between in Canada but a trough with a corner is a true rarity.
And how about a high view of a Toad stall:
You can’t miss the grand Manitoba Legislative Building along Winnipeg’s Broadway. Completed in 1920, its magnificent dome, rotunda and staircase are an impressive sight – as are the roomy and affluent washrooms in the building’s basement.
Pollies need their potties, I guess?
Around the other corner of the building I spied this smaller but equally as tidy mens room as well:
Toilets aside, here’s a few snaps of the outside & inside of this awesome old building:
I spent my May long weekend in Winnipeg, Manitoba! I had a great time there and I was very happy to be able to check another Canadian province off my travel bucket list.
Some kind locals gave me some suggestions via the Winnipeg subreddit for interesting restrooms to visit across the city and my first stop was the Good Will Social Club in the inner west. It was a huge open venue that sold some tasty craft brews, with about 8 loo stalls, all of which were plastered in posters, stickers and the occasional tag.